I've lived in Yakima a year and a half now. There are still things I'm learning such as how to pronouce Cowiche which I never seem to get right. The weekend before last I was driving around town and saw an odd kind of truck trailer I've never seen before...
94.5 KATS-FM auction ends April 15th at 7pm. There really is a ton of killer stuff on the auction but, my favorite is the truck from Mid Valley Auto! First of all, it is a Ford. I love Ford, Chevy and Mopar. It is extremely inexpensive and the bid is only at $15800.00 right now. That is an awesome price for a badA$$ truck.
Downtown Yakima has so much history. Over the years the buildings have been renovated and reinvented for us to enjoy. I know a few people who live here that hardly ever go to the downtown area.
The Downtown Association of Yakima, however, would like to change that. They have put together four "Cruise the Ave" Saturday nights for all of us to enjoy -- June 13, July 11, Aug. 8, and Sept.
A 53-year-old Yakima man died in a one car crash in Terrace Heights area on Monday.
State Patrol Troopers say 53-year-old Leslie Bradley was driving southbound on Wendt road when he went off the roadway, through a field and crashed into a mobile home in the 300 block of Wendt road...
If you have a boat, you know how much of a pain it can be to back up just enough to get your boat in the water without sinking our truck in the process. This guy has a vehicle I can honestly say I've never seen, heard of or imagined. It's an all-in-one where the rear of the truck/rv/flatbed can actually back up all the way into the water to dispatch the boat.
How many times has this happened to you: You're waiting on a red light to turn left heading north on 40th and Summitview, Tieton or Nob Hill. Then, an 18-wheeler turns right, only it needs to make a wide, right turn, coming close to scratching your car or forcing you to back-up just so they can make that turn. Is this fair to you?